So now, every month, for a few days a week, you can find Bachler and the BMA Outpost in a new place. This month, she's at the Centerpiece Family Arts Center in Dundalk. Last month, she was at Cross Street Market in Federal Hill, and before that she was at the YO! Baltimore career center on the west side. She's been at neighborhood centers, career centers, homeless advocacy centers. When she's at the site, people come by and, with her kind encouragement, share a feeling or a memory by making a little piece of art at the Outpost—a small-ish, two-sided workstation that can fold up, like two long desks with a little easel between them. At each site she hangs up a map sketch of the neighborhood they're in, which is a continuous work in progress, with contributions from visitors like their churches and homes, or memories like "walking to library barefoot" and "a special duck" in Govans, and "family-oriented Kevin" and "sound of drumline" in Better Waverly. (Later, she takes those maps and recreates them in watercolor based on her conversations with passersby, then prints color copies of them to pass out at the site. You can see some of these prints in the BMA's Community Commons area.) Taped up all over the site, wherever she can find a good spot for them, are dozens of watercolor and marker drawings from people who felt like sharing a feeling.